Darin Reynolds is a partner at COOKFOX Architects and joined the studio in 2006. He has led a diverse range of projects, from workplaces and high-end single-family homes to urban affordable and supportive housing.
Some of his past work includes two high-performance supportive housing developments: The Hegeman in Brooklyn, winner of the 2012 AIANY Award of Merit for Multi-Family Residential, and Webster Avenue in the Bronx. Both were designed for Breaking Ground, a nonprofit dedicated to ending homelessness. In Brooklyn, Darin led the project team of 550 Vanderbilt, a multi-family residential building featuring biophilic design elements.
Currently, Darin is the project architect for two wellness-focused high-rise buildings in Tampa, FL. The high-performance designs are a part of a new 60-acre urban development that is pursuing LEED ND and WELL Communities certifications. Darin is also spearheading the design of a new commercial workplace project on the far west side of Manhattan that will transform a historic storage warehouse to new, biophilic and energy efficient office space. Other projects of his include a single-family home on Long Island’s East End, a new Passive House supportive housing development in the Bronx, and Salem Harbor Station, a power plant in Salem, MA.
Darin believes that architecture is the product of many hands. At COOKFOX, he strives to work as part of a team that understands the building process as well as the social and environmental impacts a project will have.